This didn't work in my kenmore bread machine. I ended up with goo on the bottom and flour on the top. Very disappointing.
I made this lovely bread into sandwich sized buns. It was great to work with and has a wonderful texture. Used Splenda for the sugar. I can recommend this recipe. Made for PAC, Spring 2014.
I LOVE this recipe! This is by far the best spelt bread recipe I've found and I've tried quite a few. It is much more moist and lighter than most spelt breads and doesn't require additions like gums and other stuff to hold it together. It slices nicely and bakes perfectly on the rapid cycle of my Oster bread machine. I do use half water and half soy milk because I didn't have enough soy milk the first time I made it and it still turned out great. I don't have almond milk so used the soy. I also use white sugar because I don't have brown sugar. <br/><br/>Very satisfied! Thank you!!
Thankyou! It turned out really well. One end was higher than the other but it rose nicely, has a nice texture, maybe slightly heavy but more suited for toast maybe, which is mainly what I want. Great for soup too....especially pumpkin! Will definitely make it again and will add poppyseeds on top next time.
I selected this bread because my DH loves dark bread. I served it with some homemade soup. (Easy Red Lentil Soup #268079) My youngest granddaughters ended up eating soup and bread with us. Amazingly they turned down pizza with their family to eat with us. They absolutely loved the bread and ate multiple pieces. The youngest who is only 5 said, "Grandmother, I rate both the soup and the bread as a "5"! Now when a 5 year old declares something like that...the grandmother listens! Made for PAC Spring 2013.